‘GEO.COM.POL.SYS.: The Introduction to Poly-Psy-Soc-Eco-Logy’ by RIXONOMIX

This is a book about the polynomial intertwining of psychology, sociology and ecology in correlation to the Geoeconomical comparative political systems of Financial derivatives. A Geoeconomical comparative political system is a Macro-Prudential framework  which allows for the financializatation of economically zoned continents: Africa, Asia, America and Europe. The purpose of this book is to explain how to decode the social phenomenon  of financial derivatives and transitioning new financial theories into global progress.  This book will propose the need for a “World Composite” and also a sub indicator for each economically zoned continent called the gross nominal price of the derivatives products (GNPDPs). Each will be used to drive the growth of Social Policy in the 21st Century and therefore, we would like to collect papers from professors from all over the world and create a textbook in college classrooms. There will be 26 books of Encyclopaedia Britannica proportions (i.e., A-Z) for all the papers we collect focusing on social policy. My paper will discuss the aforementioned as soon as I can pay for my doctorate classes.

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